Fein has a couple of scraper blade for the Multimaster that are designed
for removing caulk. The are actually chisel like blades which you can
sharpen that vibrate side-to-side and cut right through caulk.
I've used it on cured polyurethane with good results.
There is also a formed blade for removing polyurethane caulk from the
joints between boards, as found in wooden boat decking that they call
their "Teak" blade.
BUB 209 wrote:
Yes, a knife cutter is a popular attachment for most soldering guns. Less of
a fire hazard, too.
http://tinyurl.com/iu1l I have an ancient Weller with a linoleum cutter
blade which would work even better for your purpose, although I can't find a
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